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LabAsia 2017 Unveils Show Date Changes

Jan 11 2017 Comments 0

Mark your calendars, as ASEAN’s leading laboratory exhibition LabAsia will now be held from the 10-12 October 2017, instead of the 3-5 October 2017. The venue, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, booth layouts, and our commitment to bring you a quality show remain unchanged.

With five successful editions over 10 years, LabAsia is the platform for equipment manufacturers and laboratory suppliers worldwide to meet with ASEAN’s academic & research institutes, private laboratory operators, quality control personnel from manufacturers, medical facilities, and many more.

In 2015, LabAsia saw over 5,700 visitors from 36 countries around the world visiting the exhibition, with products & services by 163 exhibitors from 16 countries on display at this biennial event.

In the upcoming LabAsia 2017, the 25th World Forum on Advanced Materials (POLYCHAR 2017), an international conference on Materials Science and Engineering, will be held in conjunction with LabAsia 2017, and is organised by the Malaysian Institute of Chemistry. The conference will see academicians, postgraduates, researchers, and industrial laboratories from various materials science fields across the world congregate in one event. Please click here for more details.

Booth sales and visitor pre-registrations are currently open. Visit the website or send us an email for any enquiries related to LabAsia.

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